Facing Deportation: Expert Guidance and Advocacy
Welcome to Cougar Immigration, your trusted partner when facing deportation from Canada. Our experienced team of immigration lawyers is here to provide expert guidance and strong advocacy to help you navigate the challenges of deportation proceedings.
Deportation is a serious situation that can have a significant impact on your life and future in Canada. It arises when the government determines that you no longer have the right to remain in the country. If you are facing deportation, it is crucial to act swiftly and seek professional assistance to protect your rights and explore all available options.
Expert Legal Representation:
At Cougar Immigration, we have extensive experience in deportation cases. Our dedicated team will carefully assess your situation, review the grounds for deportation, and develop a strategic plan to challenge the decision. We will leverage our knowledge of immigration laws and procedures to provide you with the strongest possible defense.
Exploring Remedies and Appeals:
We understand that every deportation case is unique, and there may be various legal remedies and appeals available to you. Our experienced lawyers will explore all possible avenues to challenge the deportation order, including humanitarian and compassionate grounds, procedural errors, or exceptional circumstances. We will guide you through the appeals process and fight for your right to stay in Canada.
Building a Strong Case:
To build a compelling case against deportation, we will gather supporting evidence, including documentation, testimonials, and expert opinions, where applicable. Our skilled team will carefully analyze the facts of your case, identify any legal or factual errors, and develop strong arguments to present before the immigration authorities or the Immigration and Refugee Board.
We understand the stress and uncertainty associated with facing deportation. Our compassionate team is here to provide you with the support and guidance you need during this challenging time. We will listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and ensure that you are informed and prepared at every stage of the process.
More Information About the Process of Pre-Removal Risk Assessment
A PRRA is an application to remain in Canada on the basis that a person would be at risk of physical harm if they get deported to their country of nationality. There are some restrictions on eligibility, for example, people who have been found to be a danger to the Canadian public are not eligible for a PRRA. Also, unsuccessful refugee claimants are not eligible for a PRRA unless more than a year has elapsed from the rejection of their claim.
However, a PRRA represents an important opportunity to remain in Canada and assert a claim that they cannot return to their own country because the execution of their removal order would put them at risk of physical harm.
Contact Cougar Immigration:
If you are facing deportation, contact Cougar Immigration today for a consultation with one of our experienced immigration lawyers. We are committed to protecting your rights, exploring all available options, and providing you with expert representation throughout the deportation proceedings. Trust us to fight for your best interests and advocate for your right to stay in Canada.
Frequently asked questions about Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA)
In order to file an application for a PRRA, a person must first be served with a PRRA by a member of the Canada Border Services Agency. Because a PRRA is meant to be completed as a final procedure prior to the execution of a deportation order, it is the Canada Border Services Agency [CBSA] must provide an individual with the opportunity to make a risk assessment. A PRRA cannot be initiated by the applicant themselves.
Unlike a refugee claim, an applicant for a PRRA faces a number of evidentiary restrictions when they apply for protection.
An application for a PRRA must be based on evidence that was not previously available at the time that a personas refugee claim protection was heard. A PRRA is not meant to be an appeal of a refugee decision, nor is it an opportunity for a second decision-maker to review and re-examine evidence that was already before the Refugee Protection Division or the Refugee Appeal Division.
Rather, a PRRA is designed to assess the evidence that was not available and could not have been made available to the Refugee Protection Division and the Refugee Appeal Division.
If your application for a PRRA is successful, you will be entitled to become a permanent resident of Canada as a protected person. This status is the same as an individual who has won their refugee claim
If your PRRA has been rejected, you may still have an opportunity to seek judicial review of the refusal of your application at the Federal Court of Canada. Given that a PRRA refusal usually is succeeded by the execution of the removal order, may be necessary to file an application to stay the execution of the removal of your removal order in the Federal Court.